Running the latest Chrome OS Developer channel build on your Chromebook? If so, you’re in for a treat the next time you press F5. Spotlighted by Google’s Francois Beaufort today, a new-look Chrome OS Overview mode is […]
The latest developer channel release of Chrome OS adds text filtering to the overview spread, a feature aimed to make it easier to find active apps.
Another update to the Chrome OS Dev channel was pushed out this week and while it doesn't come packed with huge changes there are some notable improvements to be found.
Chrome OS auto-updates make it hard to discover new features as they arrive. We've highlighted a few being tested on the Beta and Dev channels that you can look forward to in the coming months.
Overview mode has been enabled by default in the latest update to the stable channel of Chrome OS.
Hidden amongst the 'flags' section of Chrome on OS X is a feature that few people seem to use: Exposé for Tabs.
Chrome OS recently added a Mac OS X-style 'Exposé' feature behind a flag on the developer channel - but what is it like? What does it do?